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3 shows current density as a function of potential at pH 13. 01 to 1M is illustrated in Fig. 4. In the last case, the measurements were taken in deaerated KOH solutions. The sweeps started in the positive direction from a slightly cathodic potential. It is seen from these figures that the corrosion potential decreased with increased alkalinity and that the current density at a given potential increased. The anodic dissolution took place in different regions, as indicated at Fig. 4. Up to about 30 mV above the open circuit potential, the current increased sharply with the potential.
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